The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

 

How to get to the city: 

 

Air:         Cardiff Airport is 56 miles from Llanelli, and the two are 90 minutes apart by rail,although you have to change trains at Bridgend.      

               

Rail:       Trains from London leave from Waterloo (5hrs) and Paddington (31/2 hrs), change at

                Swansea.

                From Birmingham New Street (4 hrs) , change at Newport

                From Manchester (6 hrs), change at Crewe and Shrewsbury.

                The ground is 1.5miles from Llanelli station

               

Road      From the west:

                Leave the M4 at Junction 48

                Turn right at the junction onto the A4138 signposted Llanelli.

                Stay on the A4138 for approximately 3 miles until you reach the traffic lights

                with a Premier inn on your left.

                Turn left immediately after the hotel, following the stadium parking signs.

               

                From the east:

                Leave the M4 at Junction 48

                Turn left at the junction onto the A4138 signposted Llanelli.

Stay on the A4138 for approximately 3 miles until you reach the traffic lights  with a Premier inn on your left.

                Turn left immediately after the hotel, following the stadium parking signs.

Parking                Only parking permit holders are allowed to park in TATA Steel. Follow the signs for Car   Park B and follow the road into TATA steel

There are 300 spaces in Car Park B at £3 per vehicle. Follow the signs for the Stadiums Car Park B.

 

 

             

Updated September 2015

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2015

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